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Jul 16, 2011 11:00pm EDT
century california. david colton was an associate stealing from the other associate. when he died, associates figured out figured out embezzled. they went to his widow. in doing this, they also found out that because the books were so cooked, it was very easy for employees to steal from them. they found that their bookkeeper sold $600,000. so there's all kinds of corruption up and down. by and large, the associates themselves came to dislike each other, but they stuck together all the time. stanford is one of them. and huntington is corrupt, but he's also funny, to i would hesitate to go up against them. it doesn't mean you're going to lose the fight in a probably not going to win it in to wish you were never in the fight to begin with. is a very formidable government. >> the questioner asked about robert aarons do is put into common circulation by matthew joseph and relevant as they extreme antibusiness sentiment of that decade. i want to go through a list on ask a question about the robert pear and interpretation of this. i'm quoting your characterization. ec thomas durrant was
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